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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA.
v r THE MISERY OF BAGKACH Removed by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Muskcrron. Mich. "For six years I waa so weak in my back at times that I could hardly walk. t,yaia iu. nnKiiams Vcgotnblo Com pound was recom mended to mo and it made mo good and strong again so that I am able to do nil my work. I highly recommend your medicino and tell everyone I meet what it did for me. " Mrs. G. Schoon- i FIELD, '2i0 Wood Ave, Muskegon, Mich. Woman's Precious Gift The one which she should most zeal ously guard is her health, but she often neglects to do so in season until some j nilment peculiar to her sex has fastened itself upon her. When so affected women may rely upon Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, a remedy ' that has been wonderfully successful in restoring health to suffering women. If you havo tho slightest doubt that I Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound will help you, write to Lydia E. Finkham Medicino Co. (confidential) 1 Lvnn. Mass.. for advice. Your letter will bo opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. Acid Stomach Makes the Body Sour Nine Out of Ten People Suffer From It It sends its harmful acids and gases all over tho body, instead of health and i strength. Day and night this ceaseless dam . ago goes on. No matter how strong, its victim cannot long withstand the health- destroying effects of an acid stomach. Good news for millions of sufferers I Chemists have found a sure remedy one that takes the acid up and cariics it out of the body; of course, when the cause ii i removed, the sufferer gets well. Bloating, indigestion, sour, acid, gassy tomach miseries all removed. This is proven by over half a million ailing folks who have taken EATOX1C with wonder ful benefits. It can be obtained from an) druggist, who will cheerfully refund its trifling cost if not entirely satisfactory Everyone should enjoy its benefits. Fre qucntly the first tablet gives relief. Her Dislike Justified. lioss I don't like that Mr. Cutting lesv That's unkind of yo"ii. I heaid lilin Miy hoiiictlilug awfully sveet nboiii you jpstorihiy. licss Oh. did he? What wns It? less lie wild ho Imagined you nniM linvf been perfectly chnriulng as a girl Stray Stories. Cutlcura for Pimply Faces. To remove pimples nnd blackheads Binenr them with Cutlcura Ointment. "Wiihh off In live minutes with Cutl cura Sonp and hot water. Once clear keep your skin clear by using them for dally toilet purposes. Don't fall to in clude Cutlcura Talcum. Adv. Innuendo. "I can't do a thing with my hair." "Send It to a hnlr specialist," sug gested the other damsel. Hot-rowing trouble en masse Is Join lug a crusade to Improve your broth er's morals by law. Back Giving Out! That "bad back" is probably due to weak kidneys. It shows in constant dull, throbbing backache, or sharp twinges when stooping or lifting. You have headaches, too, dizzy spells, a tired feeling and irregular kidney ac tion. It is usually easy to correct these early troubles, and avoid the more serious ailments by giving prompt help. Use Voan's Kidney Pills. They have helped thousands the world over. Ash your neighbor! An Iowa Case Mrs. J. Block, 12th St, Burl . ton, Iowa, says. "My kidneys lio came weakened I had sovere pains In my back. When I would bend over or twist my body I could hardly stralKhten out a again. I had severe SV dizzy spells andr&CJ.Vv Ii I n o k s n e c r,ri seemed to float fnrn mv cives A uslnc Doan's K'dncy Pills I creatlv benented I have not troubled since " Cat Doin' at Anj Ston, 60c Box DOANfS"PTJifsY FOSTER -MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. Travelers WiH Find a Warm Welcome at the Hotel West MINN -IS Seniible Ptlcci iveict Out IValchuorJ NEW S INFORM Siagtr Buildiar Will b plened or niwor am nl'lea tor faruv lulnlntf auj tu A U S i WALES BUREAU 7, New Yoik City niinontllollntllii idvt upportu i rrnlt gruwinn', ir Huiitu Walui, LIA io3 111 iiffi& rU wl K: AVv7fflff rs;rafliw-r iAK! 11 j fl DL-"fHl was been CONDENSED CLASSICS THE ARABIAN NIGHTS By the PRINCESS SHKHERAZADB CcnJtruatlon It Alfrtd S. Clark : "X-MHX":XKMM-i&J z The marvellous fcL.-- tnlcn thnt Scbe hernzmle told to Klnc Slmlirlor, ntnrlcn of love ii nil HiUiMilurc nnd mini iiwkIc onu nol lie attributed to nuy one author for tbe rrj- kooiI rriiKiin tlint there liner vrn n u au thor. They are popular t o r 1 e n t Ii u t, p r li u p N aliout the yenr 1 1 T 0, Mere put Into the prrNent form 1 n profi-M-nlnnnl Kdirj -teller, preniiiunlil n l'er- tnn. In primitive o in m it n 1 t 1 e m ulicre few of the people can rem!. rm VtfPXtf&fil mil where liookH are dinicult to Ket, lit-Hp profcNHloiuil renilera arc In ureal lt'inntid. They pick up here nntl there len that apprnl to nil nml lilml them iiln u Ioiik nnrrntle. .iiiinc people lite thought tli'it IloiiirrV Ions poems originated In thin irny. IJcrj where in the nenr ennt the trnteler HiiiIm thene Hlorj -teller to ilnj. An easier ninllcnce collects to hear them, each piijinir n niiuill fee for the prUllese of llKtenlnir. The en lertnlnrr ileclnlnm an he wulk to unci fro anil nlwnyn Mtopn lit nnrrntlie Junt I before an exciting climax, no that he iii oe nnureii ,l iiHieni-r iiu iiie morrow. Ill imilleiice follown hln re Kill with breiilhlen Intercut, enpeclnl iy when he llliiNtrntcn thrlllliiK epl ooiIch with llicly pnnlaiulme. Year nfter jetir thrite Kroupn of IIMener prnthereil centuries np;o. The torj -teller illMcnriled the tiilcn thnt illil not holil the attention of hlx 1N- 'oner, nriiiliinlly the iirupcM of ellm- i inntlnn TTetit on until only the I) out i Here hniiileil down liy word of mouth from crenerntlon to Kcncrntlon. Then lonif unknown henefiictor of mnnklnil linil them written ilnnn nntl connected I 'hem with the framework of Schehern- rniie nnd Shnlirlnr. And thene are the Irnhlnn TVIclitN that lime dellKhted children nnd prown men nnd women ' r dcenden. (CI UKIIERAZADE wt ft tliiiiiihtor anil when as n viziers hen she besought her father to wed her to King 'hahrlar It was cause for grief to tho Miien I 'or each day was It Shnhrlar's m nt to put to death his bride of the I iliy before. It befell, however, that I Sheheiaade had her will. As she had 1 Imped, tho king wns wakeful and to beguile him she began u story of i niaglc. Dawn broke before she had J finished nnd so "nger was Shuhrlar to ' bear It all that lie gave no order for her execution. For a thousand ai'd one nights did this befall while Shehcraznde told tales of love, war nnd sorcery, of kings, 1 beggars and rogues, of lands where I diamonds were more plentiful than i pebbles and bigger than eggs, of In i trlgues In the lanes nnd bnzanrs of Oriental cities. In towns nnd deserts i and far Islands did necromnncers work their wills. Horses flew ; dogs talked ; niormaldens and creatures greater i than whales peopled the deeps; ogres and enormous apes crept out of for J ests ; birds so great that their wings I darkened the day swooped from the skies. Here, too, were lovers in pal nces and hovels, bold and cowardly, yct.all so enamored that they swooned i nt "the very thought of the beloved. Underlying all was the colorful Ori ent, with barbers and porters jostling caliphs nnd princesses In the thronged nnd picturesque lanes of three cities whose very names conjure up romance Hagdad, Cairo and Damascus. Now these are the bet liked of She herazade's tales: The Story of Aladdin's Lamp. Of Aladdin, son of u poor tailor In Chlnn, a prankish scamp. An African magician guided him to a subterranean cave where lie found tho lamp thnt summoned the genie. Out of nothing ness did this genie spread banquets for Alnddln nnd robe him In rich rai ment. He provided him retinues of slnves, bearing bnslns heaped high with precious stones, who carried to the king Aladdin's suppllauce for the hand of the beautiful I'rlncessIJndroul boudour. In a night did tho genie raise n palace of glowing wonders, of Milli ng marble and gold nnd silver, with windows Incrusted with diamonds, em "raids and rubles, with fragrant gar lens and open courts. So Aladdin ninr rled tho princess and they knew great Joy. Hut the magician returned, stole the lamp and In n trice transported i he palace and the princess to Africa. Then was Aladdin woeful, but by magic ho found his beloved, poisoned the magician, seized tho lamp nnd i came to Chlnn, where he and Iladroul- boudour lived happily over afterward. Tho Story of Slnbad. Of Slnbnd the sailor nnd his marvel ous voyages. Wherein It Is related Mint Slnbnd Winded upon whnt seemed , an Islnnd but which was a great fish i that sank Into the sea. And of other I voyages and greater wonders, of which Mic marvels most at the adventure with the roc, the bird so huge that it feeds its young with elephnnts. Sln bnd had fastened himself to the roc's 'eg nnd It bore him to an Impenetra ble vnlley strewn with precious Mones from which he escnped by binding him !&?, 11RK oi ryj isrtn self to n sheep's carcass nnd wns borne nwny by n vulture. And of the gliint who roasted men nnd whom Sln bad blinded with n red-hot Iron. And of the terrible Old Jinn of the Sea who snt upon Slnbnd's shoulders nnd could not bo 8link.cn off until he wns Intoxi cated with wine nnd Slnbnd slew him. Tho Story of the Forty Thieves. Of All Uabn and his discovery of tho stono that swung wide when n voice cried "Open, Sesame 1" In tho cave was tho booty of forty thieves and All Ilaba took home sticks bulging with gold and silver. The robbers traced him and In the guise of n merchant the captain lodged with him. In the yard were stored great Jars, one filled with oil nnd the others concealing tho thieves. Ill would It hnve fared with All 15nbn had not Morglann, u cunning slave, detected the trick nnd with boil ing oil scnlded to death the wicked miscreants. The captain escaped, but returned In n new disguise nnd ngnln did Morglann save her master by stab bing his enemy. So All Uabn mnrrled her to his son and he lived joyously upon trensures from the cave. Many Other Fascinating Stories. Of the Magic Horse of ebony nnd Ivory, wo fashioned that its rider, by pressing divers buttons, could fly whither he willed. It bore n Persian prince to a great palace In a metropolis girt about with greenery. There ho looked Into the eyes of n princess and they were enraptured. It befell that they rode away on the Mngle Horse, but before they were wed nn evil man abducted the princess. The disconso late prince wandered far nnd nt last lip found her whom ho loved and again they Journeyed through tho nlr to his home, where they were married with exceeding pomp and lived" happily. Of n poor fisherman who drew his net from the sea and found therein but a brass bottle, lie cut open the top nnd there streamed forth n cloud of smoke. It collected nnd, behold I It wns a genie, ho huge that his bend was In the clouds. He would have killed his rescuer had not the wily fisherman Insisted that never could ho have come from the bottle. Tho silly genlo, squeezed himself Inside, whereupon tho fisherman clapped on the top, nor would he remove it until the genlo swore to serve him fulthfully. This oath It was that led to tho finding of the ensorcelled prince with legs turned to stone nnd the hike wherein swam fish of four colors that had once been men. After mnrvelous hnppenlngs tho prince wns made as other men nnd tho fish were men nnd women. And tho fisherman wns so rewarded that he was tho wealthiest man of his time. Of Prince Cninarnlzamnn nnd tho Prlncessl Ihuloura, beautiful beyond compare, nnd of bow each saw tho other In sleep and wns smitten with great love. Hut when they uwnkened they saw not one another for they had been brought together by genii who hnd carried Hadoura out of China to the confines of Persln. Grief so af flicted both that they sickened nnd were Insnno from sorrow. Then n mes senger from Hadoura Journeyed fnr over land and sen until he found Cnmnralzaman nnd returned with him to China, where the lovers were wed ded. Hut while they were traveling to Cainnralzaman's Innd ho wnndered nwny. Hadoura dressed herself In his rnlment nnd pnssed herself for u man. It befell thnt she found fnvor In the eyes of n king nnd wns mnrrled to a princess. And Camnrnlzaman too came to this land nnd knew not his wife, who heaped honors upon hlra. At lnst she revealed herself and wns known ns a woman nnd Cnmnralzaman took also to wlfo tho princess whom Hadou ra had married nnd they were happy together. Of n merchnnt who, nwnltlng denth at the hands of n cruel genie, wns Joined by three old men, one lending n gazelle, another two black hounds, nnd the third n mule. Now It Is related that the gazelle and the mule hnd been wicked wives transformed by, magic and likewise had tho hounds been evil brothers. When the genie wns told these stories of enchantment, he was so diverted that he spnred the mer chant's life. About Harun-al-Rashld. And of mnny tnles concerning the Cnllph ITnrun-nMtashld and his going disguised Into the lanes and bazaars of Hagdad, where ho chanced upon strange people who told him strnngo stories of magic. Once ho supped with three Indies of dazzling beauty nnd with him were a porter dazed with the magnificence he saw and three mendi cants, sons of kings, all blind in the left eye. Not knowing tho Cnllph they told of their fantastic ndventures nnd sufferings nnd ho rewarded them. And again ho encountered n beggar who Im plored him to strike him, n youth who spurred cruelly n mnre upon which ho rode and a ropc-mnker who had risen suddenly from poverty to affluence. Their tales too did ho hear and them too did ho reward. Nor should Abu Hassan, the wag, bo forgotten, wIiom' trickery In pretending that he and his wife were dead won so much gold and so mnny laughs from the Caliph. And of llko Import Is tho mad talo of tho humpback who deemed dead and of the talkative barber who restored him to life, of nil those who had believed themselves murderers of the hump back 'and of tho amazing tales that they related. So It camo to pass thnt by tho end of the thousand nnd one nights Shah rlar was so delighted In the cleverness of Sheheruzade that he weddfd her again with regal pomp and they lived happily ever after. (Copyright, 1919 by Post Publishing Co. Tho JJoston Pot.) gpSaJNf.f Contents l5PhridDranhn jff! FSoSwHuoK Kill A siniilntinerocKlbyRculv KitSS ifllnathcStomAcfoandBwrttg i ill TIicrcbylnoilniDiicstionJ it n,PPfAiincssMdItatContainl i nclmcrOplum.MorpWncn A JPumpItiSK ij Mini- tfrrt Sir Ak IVtWTjr"" -" &,: u. ! ; . AIclpflRcmedyfcr .t'ffT..pJshncssnnu , iMiuav cT.r.r.p resulting ttiervfromnnjnftncy. facsimile S!jnntot n i c .: ui ikv IKSJSt XiraCcKrAiTnGonP.w-. IN fe tj-fl r;M"s. ilmiil- mm. kBMi U ic?T.v,t Eftact Copy of Wrapper. BERANGER'S HEART TOO KIND Great French Poet Continually Preyed On by a Host of Innrates Who Plucked Him. Interesting nnecdotes nre told of the grout French poet, Hernnger, who died in 1S57. The poet wns ns poor us he wns generous. All ho had he gave away, nnd when there was nothing left he sent the beggnrs who haunted his house to call on his numerous friends. One of the characteristics of this iiufortunntu benefactor, who was al ways surrounded by a host of Ingrates, was his tolerant spirit. Since there was no iintc-chnmber In his modest home, the beggnrs who knew tho house stayed outside on the staircase; It wns Impossible to see him without finding a half-dozen of them on tho stairs. There they used to wait like ravens for the small change, old clothes, nnd 1 sometimes new clothes, that LIsette j was the first to distribute to them. When friends remonstrated with He , ranger for giving away things ho need I cd to people whom he did not know, Ltbctte would answer: 1 "Oh, now, Heritage will Just write another song the lazy fellow!" One Friend Less. One of my most embarrassing mo ments cumo soon nfter I was married, when I met nn old ncqiiuliitiiiico and begged to know why she had nover yet boon to call upon me. Hather cold ly she replied, "I did not know that you wished me to, as I received no an nouncement of your marriage." llnthcr horrified and embarrassed to think she had been forgotten when tho lists were iniidc up, I lost my head nnd blurted out: "Oh, but you know wo only sent those to our friends." Nat urally nfter that I had ono friend less. Chicago Tribune. Weary. "I don't complain about high prices any more." "Why not?" "I've Just got tired of hearing the perfectly good excuse any tradesman can offer for soaking tho llfo out of me." r 3D 7? ft'"" J Ik mm !:tiS' ft SPttbfi krtr.., i r i l rr.itrtfac..iA i IKsiia'bJ rJTTIwnGoiiwNr- (N.5or An -.-- r ,, KTijyaiiGfv?fa?ysva S5wd i EWP tJWm&iMMdim SS- Use gfood judgment in meeting the high, cost of living Coffee prices are Vay up Postum sells at -the same fair price -Why not drink. Instant Postum Instead of cofTee as many are doin Atable beverage of coflee like flavor. Better for health-At lower cost Sold by Grocers Everywhere Made by Postum Cereal Co.,BaUle Greek, Nich. Children Special Care of Baby. That Baby should have a bed of Its own all are agreed. Yet It is more reasonable for an Infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of that same infant. Either practice is to bo shunned. Neither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. Your Physician will tell you thnt Baby's medicino must bo prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. A Baby's stomach when in good health is loo often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants nnd Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that you should remember thnt to function well, the digestive organs of your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily prepared for grown-ups. MOTHERS SHOUtD READ THE BOOKtET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTIE OF RETCHER'S CAST0RIA GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears tbe THB CINTAUR COMPANY. Do Not Get Careless With Your Blood Supply Impurities Invite Disease.' You should pay particular heed to any indication that your blood supply is becoming sluggish, or that thoro is n lessening in its Btrong and vital force. By keeping your blood purified, your system more easily wnrds off disease that is ever present, wait ing to attack wherever thcro is nn opening. A fow bottlca of S. S. S., JUST ACTING LIKE A MAN Simple Explanation of Wife's Action When She Suspected Burglar Was Downstairs. After starting for his work the other morning Taylor happened to think of something ho had forgotten nnd returned to the house to get It. While walking about the kitchen he heard a great racket upstairs. Consid erably alarmed ho called: "What In tho world Is the matter, Mary? Has anything happened?" There was a moment's silence, then his wlfo replied : "Oh, Is that you?" "Yes, who did you think It wns?" "I heard someono walking about down there and I thought It was a burglar." "Hut tho noise" "I wns making a lot of noise so thnt he would think there was n man In tho house." His Lack. "Nonh would never hnvo mado n very successful poker player," "I suppose he wouldn't when ho never held more than two of a kind." John Smith Named New England. Thu name of New I-'iiglnnd was coined by dipt. John Smith of Pocn hontiis fame, ono of the founders of the Virginia colony. In 10M he ex plored and mapped tho northern coast, then called North Virginia, and re named It New England. Tho charter granted tho Mayflower Pilgrims adopt ed the name used In Smith's map sev eral years before. 3B3C Cry For Signature of NKW YORK CITY. tho grcnt vegotnblo blood medi cine, will revitalizo your blood nnd glvo you now strength and a healthy, vigorous vitality. Evcry ono needs it just now to keep tho system in pcrfcot condition. Go to your drug store nnd gel n bottlo to-day, nnd if you need nny med ical advice, you can obtain it with out cost by writing to Medical Di rector, Swift Specific Co., 109 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Gn. Giving Her Fair Warning. John had Just been reprimanded by his mother for something he had done, when he went Into the bedroom whoro hls new little baby sister was lying In her crib. Ills mother overheard him say: "Sister, ou ought to go back where you came from; you can't do anything you want to do here." Taking Chinese Census. The Inhabitants of China are count ed every your In u curious manner. The eldest matter of every too houses has to count the families and mnkc a list, which Is sent to tho Imperial tax house. Sure 6 Bell-ans Hot wafer Sure Relief BE LL-AIIS FOR INDIGESTION I Sioux City Directory "Hub of tho Northwest." HUMPHREY The Dry Cleaner Dyer Expert Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. Hats Cleaned, 521 PIERCE ST- SIOUX CITY. IOWA Films and Photo Supplioa Finishing for Amateurs Ealareinr Prices on nppll cation ZIMMERMAN 11ROS..CA2TMANKODA1CCO. flOB Plrrce St., Slou City, Iowa KI S. Army Goods Pyramid Tntn. lCxIO, 12 oz. duck.t3E.0l) New llartiOB, heavy Nuncoril, ol. 86.09 O D. Wool lllanKrt .3S I'alnts, red barn, per Ballon...... 1.60 Homo Paint !. OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS We ihlp Knod rxuetly uh advertised; writ plainly; aend money order or draft with or der. No C. O. L alilptuunt made. If ordered by parcel post, Include postngo. We nniure you prompt and aattafnetory shipments. MAKM MON1SY OltDUIt Oil DRAFT PAY Alll.U TO Iowa Army and Navy Supply 402 4th -St., aloux City, Iowa I Relief ! 1 1 iBKKSA.tS'ijijuUMiSBK W. N. U., NO. 26-1920 am